Karen, Melinda and Joanna have never met, but every morning they get their coffee at the Tea Rose Diner. Karen stops in on her way to her long term office job, wondering how her sweet-faced boy turned into a misguided young man. Paramedic Melinda fuels up for her days helping others, after nights spent worrying her fear of having children could drive her husband away. And Joanna, who hides from her family and friends. One day the three meet in a shocking event involving a young woman named Maddie. Over the next months they return to meet each other over and over.
Praise for the novels of Jennifer Scott A really wonderful book and a pleasure to read. Jen Lancaster, "New York Times "Bestselling Author of" Best of Enemies "and "I Regret Nothing" An uplifting story about the pull of the past, the need for forgiveness, and the redemptive power of familial love. Liza Gyllenhaal, Author of "A Place for Us" Jennifer Scott deserves accolades. "The Best Reviews" A powerful voice in women s fiction. "Silver s Review" "Will have you laughing and crying at the same time."--"Fresh Fiction" "A fantastic story about the (often dysfunctional) ties of family."--"Examiner.com""
Jennifer Scottmade her adult fiction debut with "The Sister Season." She also writes young adult fiction as Jennifer Brown, including"Hate List," which was selected as an ALA Best Book for Young Adults, a "VOYA" "Perfect Ten," and a "School Library Journal "Best Book of the Year. She has written three other YA novels, including"Bitter End," "Perfect Escape," and"Thousand Words." Jennifer writes and lives in the Kansas City, Missouri area, with her husband and three children."